In the summer of 2010, KRBD moved from its longtime home on Stedman Street to 1101 Copper Ridge Road. Located in the former Ketchikan Medical Clinic Building, the new station has been completely renovated to meet the needs of KRBD’s staff, volunteers and listeners well into the future. Purchased with revenue from the sale of our Stedman Street building, the new facility is paid in full. If you haven’t stopped by and seen the new digs, come on in — we’d love to give you a tour.
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- There's a 15-year-old girl in Ketchikan who plays an Aboriginal Australian instrument -- the didgeridoo.2 hours ago
Ketchikan teen plays…a didgeridoo? | KRBD
You might not expect an ancient Aboriginal instrument from Australia to find its way to Alaska. But walk around downtown Ketchikan on a warm day and you may hear 15-year-old Kinani Halvorsen playing her didgeridoo. She’s played the unusual instrument for three years.
- When the Thorne Bay girls basketball team fell apart midway through their season, Maggie Avila decided to join the boys team.17 hours ago
Thorne Bay girl plays on boys basketball team | KRBD
Some small Southeast Alaska communities have struggled to keep their girls high school basketball teams alive because of low numbers. In Thorne Bay, the girls team dissolved halfway through this season when their coach and her daughter left town.
- Janalee Minnich Gage took this waterfront photo on a foggy day in January. Each week, the Photo of the Day with the most "likes" on Facebook wins a free bag of Raven's Brew coffee and is featured as our cover photo! To submit a photo, just email it with a brief description to firstname.lastname@example.org hours ago